OLYMPIA, March 4.–In one of the most astonishing survival stories ever, a plucky home-care training program backed by one of the state’s most influential public-employee labor unions seems to be beating the odds in this year’s brutal legislative session.
The brand-new program, backed by the Service Employees International Union, is steaming full ahead. In the next two-year budget it will cost taxpayers $55 million.
That’s about the same cost as the state food program for the poor, the state children’s health
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